Former Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr recently posted an Instagram photo of her getting all buddy-buddy with the queen twerker herself, Miley Cyrus. The newly single Kerr, who just split from husband Orlando Bloom, captioned the pic, "with the gorgeous @mileycyrus."
Who knew? Cyrus, 20, and Kerr, 30, is the latest celebrity friendship that leaves fans scratching their heads, yet excited about these two unlikely pals. You'll never guess what blonde beauty Beyonce and Jay-Z hang with or who surprised Kanye West at the hospital when his baby North West was born this summer.
So, while you're having turkey with your friends today on Thanksgiving, imagine what surprise celebs are sharing mashed potatoes and stuffing together!
Click through to see some of the other shocking celeb buddies besides Kerr and Cyrus.
|Taylor Swift and Emma Stone|
"I'm definitely a girl's girl. I need to tell my friends everything I'm going through," Taylor Swift told Access Hollywood of her friendship with Emma Stone, 25, and Selena Gomez. "Like we have these big group texts. One of us is in New York, one of us is in LA, one of us is in Nashville or Paris or something like that, but we always keep in touch."
Swift, 23, continued, "Emma and Selena and I, so many things in our lives has changed over the last couple years, but our friendship has stayed the same." She added that if she has a breakup, the first person she calls is Stone.
|Katy Perry and Allison Williams|
Katy Perry, 28, is such good friends with the "Girls" star that the two walked the 2013 Grammy's red carpet together as each other's dates.
"She's the hottest date," Williams, 24, told Anderson Cooper in February. "She's a friend of mine and she's nominated as she should be. I can't wait to go."
The two buddies were joined by their boyfriends -- John Mayer and Ricky Van Veen -- inside the show, and were all standing up dancing to the music, according to US Weekly.
|Beyonce and Gwyneth Paltrow|
Gwyneth Paltrow and Beyonce's friendship is so strong that Beyonce, 32, admits she takes parenting advice from the "Iron Man" star.
"She is incredible," the singer told E! News of Paltrow. "She's a great friend on every level. I think for us, protecting our daughters is so important and ... keeping things on our own terms, so I will still be protective and make sure [Blue Ivy] has a childhood and a great time."
Beyonce even showed up at Paltrow's 40th birthday party in New York City last October.
|Kanye West and Steve Wozniak|
When Kanye West, 36, and Kim Kardashian's daughter North West was born on June 15, the Apple co-founder surprised the rapper in the hospital, just one day after the birth.
The visit was set up by Kardashian herself, who had arranged for Kanye's birthday to have the two meet for a surprise lunch and have Wozniak, 63, sign one of two Apple Pro Computer mice.
"It was going to be a big surprise for Kanye," Wozniak told ABC News in an interview. "What a beautiful idea from Kim ... I signed the mouse in front of him."
|Reese Witherspoon and Drew Barrymore|
Any duo that goes to Mexico together definitely can be called close friends. That's exactly what Barrymore and Witherspoon did in early 2013, when the two actors went on a post-baby beach vacation.
Witherspoon, 37, opened up about her gal pal Barrymore, 38, in Red Magazine after they had both had babies in September 2012.
"It's nice to hang with Drew because we both just had babies and we can support each other," she said.
|Sandra Bullock and George Clooney|
The two "Gravity" stars told the press last month that Clooney, 52, is actually friends with Bullock's 3-year-old son Louis.
"Louis and I played basketball together," Clooney, 52, told People magazine of hanging with Bullock's son while shooting their hit film. "There was [director] Alfonso [Cuarón] and Rande Gerber, and Louis would gravitate towards me and the guys and hang with us."
Clooney added, "It was fun, but I wish Sandy would stop telling the story, because it's totally ruining my reputation!"
In fact, Clooney and Bullock, 49, have been friends for decades.
"Sandy is the best. We've been really close friends for a long, long time," he said. "She likes to say 20 years, but it's been a little longer than that."
|Prince William and David Beckham|
In an interview with Esquire magazine, Becks, 38, called Prince William, 31, one of his good friends.
"Yeah, I think I would [call William my friend]," he told the magazine. "It's a very normal relationship. With Harry as well. They're very easy to get along with. They love their sport."
Beckham added about the sporting rivalry the two famous friends have saying, "William loves Aston Villa, unfortunately, which obviously I give him a bit of stick about."